Hey guys.. alright so I'm having a bit of an issue here. It may seem small but it has been driving me crazy to the point where I keep looking up shredders just to see if they are arching their wrist the way I do. Don't get me wrong, I understand everyone is different and that there only a few basic ways that most everyone would consider "right", but I just want an opinion, also because I want to know if the way I play is bad for my wrist. I'm right handed, hold your arm our with your fingers extended and your wrist completely inline with your arm to make a straight line. Now, arch your wrist up slightly. This is how my wrist is when I'm playing lead. Basically, I'm holding the pick and, let's say I'm playing lead starting on the lowest string, for example just playing scales to a metronome; my picking hands wrist will literally be resting on the body of the guitar, above the low string, and as I go down the scale, my wrist will then be covering the strings. Is this "normal" or "ok"? Or, should my wrist be more inline with my arm instead of arching the way I do? One last note, this is only when I'm playing lead. When I'm playing rhythm, I would say I have more of a traditional way of picking; my wrist is more inline with my arm. I also seem to curl all my fingers when playing lead, even though I'm holding the pick with only my index finger and thumb. When playing rhythm, I still hold it with my index finger and thumb, but all my other fingers aren't curled. Thanks for the help!